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i have been thinking about getting into reloading because of our stupid goverment. i was wondering what supplies i will need to

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  • jhjimbo
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    Rifle and shotgun are two different propositions. You need to determine rifle calibers to load and shotgun size. Then, how much do you think you will shoot. High volume could mean you want a progressive press. A friend can be a lot of help. Otherwise get ABC's of reloading and study it.
    There is a press that uses bushings for center fire so you can change caliber dies without adjusting dies - a real nice feature if loading several calibers. i think Lee makes it. Can't help you with shotgun.
    In any event, start saving your brass and hulls. Supplies are tight right now but that will ease eventually.
    Check reloading companies and youtube for video's to get more ideas. Ballistics are interesting and something you can study the rest of your life. I have been loading for about 40 years and wish i started younger. Todays bullets and powder and equipment have never been better.
    Welcome to reloading. Enjoy and Be Safe.

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  • 007
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    RCBS sells a very good starter kit. Most important thing you need is a good manual.

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  • 1ojolsen
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    CSA do you think they are coming for your ammo? You have been successfully marketed to.

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  • 1ojolsen
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    CSA do you think they are coming for your ammo? You have been successfully marketed to.

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  • tuna0410
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    Best thing I have found is to purchase a kit online from RCBS, Hornady, or Lee. All have there advantages and disadvantages (and a lot of personal preference)... That will get you started in reloading, as far as shotgun shells you have to purchase a separate press from them. They are a lot easier to go and probably the best way to get into reloading is to start with shot shells first. Have fun it is a great hobby.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Tnhunter

    Whew!
    That one question begets way more questions!

    First off, let's get this out of the way! NO! You won't save money reloading! BUT! You'll get lot's more "custom" ammo bang for your buck!
    Second.
    How much are you willing to spend? There are loading systems that load one at a time (single stage) for less than $50 bucks to "progressive" systems that can set you back many $100's!
    Because of all the "hoop-la", powder and primers are nigh on to nonexistent!,AND expensive!
    Make no mistake, all here will help all we can. There will be questions you never dreamed of. If you've never reloaded, a "mentor" is a God send!
    It's a VERY fascinating hobby.
    That said:
    I have RCBS equipment so I'm a bit prejudiced.
    RCBS offers kits with lots of "basic" equipment that can be "added to"......and rest assured, if you're a serious loader, you'll "add to"! LOL!
    Case trimmers, powder dumps, case polishers, etc.,etc......
    There are several brands, but RCBS offers superb customer service.

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    i have been thinking about getting into reloading because of our stupid goverment. i was wondering what supplies i will need to reload rife and shotgun shells

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